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Ashland, MA 01721-0215
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Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors
Saturday, March 4
Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Greg Paris presents
Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors:  An Anglophone Deals with Drouin & Poor Handwriting
Greg is a retired scientist, now living on a sheep farm.  He has PA, NY and New England ancestors that go back to English, German, Swedish and French-Canadian roots.  He is also a past vice president of the Worcester chapter.
  9:30 am EDT    Socializing
  9:45 am EDT    Business meeting
10:00 am EDT    Presentation
This presentation will be Virtual via Zoom.  Pre-registration is required at
The presentation is free and open to the public.

Fireplace Feast at Salem Cross Inn
Sunday, March 12
Fireplace Feast at Salem Cross Inn
12:30 pm
MSOG Presents: Fireplace Feast at Salem Cross Inn
Join MSOG members and their guests for a special dining event at West Brookfield’s Salem Cross Inn - a 1700s-style feast, prepared on the open hearth of a great fieldstone fireplace. While our dinner is cooking, we can enjoy a horsedrawn wagon or sleigh ride.

Date: Sunday, March 12, 2023
Time: 12:30pm
Where: Salem Cross Inn, 260 West Main Street (Route 9), West Brookfield, MA 01585
Who: Open to MSOG members and their guests only
Cost: Adults $89.00; Children 5-10 $30.00; 2-4 $20; 1 & under are free. Includes all taxes and gratuities

Make your reservation at:
Please put “Kenney” in the reservation as the group host so we can all sit together.
All tickets are non-refundable and nontransferable.
Reserve early as these popular events fill up quickly.

• SAVORIES - Salem Cross Inn's famous cheese spread and a glass of mulled wine or cider to help take the chill off after your horse-drawn wagon or sleigh ride (weather permitting).
• CHOWDER OF THE SEA - Straight from the cauldron.
• 1700 FIREPLACE PRIME RIB - Cooked to perfection using our c.17oo Roasting Jack
• FRESH FROM THE OVEN - Homemade rolls and muffins
• FROM THE KEEPING CELLAR - Herbed roasted potatoes and fresh butternut squash
• NEW ENGLAND'S BEST APPLE PIE - With a dollop of fresh whipped cream

For more information or questions, please email

Claim To Fame
Saturday, April 1
Claim To Fame
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Location TBD
Chapter members will discuss their famous or infamous ancestors.
  • Who are they?
  • Why are they considered famous or infamous?
  • How did you research their connection and their life?
  • What have you done to document or share the family connection?
Location: TBD.  This presentation is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Program TBD
Saturday, April 29
Program TBD
Details coming soon

Annual Dinner Meeting
Saturday, June 3
Annual Dinner Meeting
Location TBD
Program TBD
Details coming soon